Who We Are
What is a Urologist?
A urologist is a physician who has been trained to treat disorders of the male and female urinary tract (bladder, ureter, kidney, and urethra) and the male reproductive system. These are conditions that a urologist commonly treats:
- Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH; enlarged prostate)
- Erectile dysfunction (impotence)
- Prostate cancer
- Urinary incontinence
For more information about our physicians, please see our Staff page.
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As urologists, our physicians are highly trained to treat disorders of the male and female urinary tract (bladder, ureter, kidney, and urethra) and the male reproductive system. Urology is classified as a surgical subspecialty, but because a variety of clinical problems are encountered when treating urological conditions, knowledge of internal medicine, gynecology, and other specialties is required.
At Mississippi Urology, our physicians and staff are committed to providing you the best medical care. Our doctors are experienced, board-certified urologists who are involved in ongoing medical education in order to provide you with the latest and most advanced healthcare. Our well-trained staff is also dedicated to continuing education and committed to being responsive to you.
Baptist Medical Center
1225 North State Street
Jackson, MS 39202
phone: (601) 968-1000
St. Dominic Hospital
969 Lakeland Drive
Jackson, MS 39216
phone: (601) 200-2000
As of September 1, 2017, the physicians at Mississippi Urology Clinic are NO longer on staff at St. Dominic Hospital. If you have urgent needs that may require an emergency room visit, please keep this in mind.
River Oaks Hospital
1030 River Oaks Drive
Flowood, MS 39296
phone: (601) 932-1030
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